Re: 回复:Re: oslo.messaging integration development
flux.adam at gmail.com
Mon Feb 14 07:39:04 UTC 2022
I wonder if the limitation of forced durable queues will make things too
slow? Right now I believe it’s recommended to not use queues in durable
mode with openstack (if I recall correctly)?
Also, it does add to the setup side of things, as it would require
explicitly creating each vhost in Pulsar ahead of deployment, but that
might not matter if people don’t use a ton of vhosts (we use one per
service, but that’s not actually too many I suppose, and certainly isn’t
required). I guess a lot of deployments may only use a single vhost?
On Mon, Feb 14, 2022 at 16:21 liyang <ly2008080808 at yeah.net> wrote:
> I think if we deploy Apache pulsar with AOP in cluster & HA, the effect
> will be ok. I am going to ready practise this schema.
> 在 2022-02-14 15:18:25，"liyang" <ly2008080808 at yeah.net> 写道：
> Hi, Thanks to rely. I found this link should be very helpful to us.
> 在 2022-02-14 14:55:55，"Adam Harwell" <flux.adam at gmail.com> 写道：
> Hey! It’s cool to see someone else talking about this. My team considered
> this, and personally I think it would work very well, we just didn’t have
> the development resources to throw at the problem on our own. I think it’s
> likely that we could participate in a larger discussion about it though,
> and possibly help here and there if someone else was driving it.
> On Mon, Feb 14, 2022 at 11:59 liyang <ly2008080808 at yeah.net> wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> I find Apache Pulsar is very popular in MQ area, especially in clound
>> native area. Is there any body integrate this MQ to oslo.messaging?
>> Said to the truth. RabbitMQ developed in Erlang has very little
>> source code level material, Qpid has very little operation practice in the
>> internet. Kafka only support notification in oslo.messaging.
>> I think the Apache Pulsar is clound native based. It may enforece
>> the big scale in extension about Openstack deployment.
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